Victoria Wood (1989)
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Sobre Victoria Wood
Victoria Wood was a series of six one-off situation comedies written by and starring Victoria Wood in 1989, who took a break from sketches, two years after her very successful and award winning series Victoria Wood As Seen on TV. Wood appeared as “Victoria”, a fictionalised version of herself, in all six episodes - in The Library it was said that she “worked in TV” and in Over To Pam characters appeared to recognise her celebrity and in the final episode, Staying In, she was taken to a party to perform as a comedienne and was expected to go through her stand-up ‘routine’. Her character often broke the ‘fourth wall’ of TV and spoke directly to the camera, but not in every episode.
Bored with the sketch format and with a yearning to recapture previous success as a playwright, Wood came up with six individual sitcoms as a compromise. She admitted to finding the writing difficult. Though Wood was written as the central character, other lead parts were written with specific actresses in mind, like Julie Walters and Una Stubbs. “I want people to like me and the people who play my friends, and not everybody else” she said. Screenonline says of the shows “Modest in ambition and scale but rich in wit and acuity, the six playlets showcase Wood’s eye for human foibles and her distinctively eccentric characters.”.